Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Yet, unless he sets up as a saint, he need not hate himself for them.

This very month he leaves Monteriano, and sets up at Poggibonsi.

It sets up our ideals and pictures us in the acts of achieving them.

Mr. Murray sets up a house, and Eugene is an important factor.

In morals he sets up a higher standard than conventionalism.

Absalom escapes to Hebron, and sets up the standard of revolt.

Mr. Howard Wright sets up the first aeroplane factory in 1908.

Who is he then who sets up in this way for a public reformer?

He sets up no higher standard than this—“She hath done what she could.”

It must hurt awfully,' then he sets up a howl about it and fancies he's injured.